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To remedy the misdirection of their lives in bold and reckless ways Figure skaters screw skate blades into the bones of their feet to master elusive jumps A divorcee steals the severed arm of her ex to reclaim the fragments of a dissolved marriage Following the advice of a fashion magazine teenaged girls binge on grapes to dye their skin purple and attract prom dates Lungs Full Epub / And a college freshman wages war on her roomma.

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Lungs Full of NoiseTe from Jupiter who has inadvertently seduced all the boys in their dorm with her exotic hermaphroditic anatomyBut it isn’t just the characters who are in crisis In Lungs Full of Noise personal disasters mirror the dissolution of the natural world Written in lyrical prose with imagination and humor Tessa Mellas’s collection is an aviary of feathered stories that are rich emotive and imbued with the strength to suspend strange new worlds on delicate wings.

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  • Maciek

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseA bit of a disappointment the story about the female alien Bibi from Jupiter who comes down to earth to study at an American university was great; even though the premise was truly absurd an actual alien from Jupiter c


  • Diane S ☔

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseThese are some of the strangest short stories I have ever read and some of the best Women in desperation doing outlandish and sometimes dangerous things to be better at their craft or to fit in with society's expectations It is amazing how uickly the strange becomes normal and is just excepted and many times followed Wonderfully different and stories I will not soon forget


  • Monika

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseOriginally posted on my blog A Lovely Bookshelf on the WallLungs Full of Noise begins with Mariposa Girls a short story about figure skaters who go to lengths and bizarre in order to be the absolute best I was instantly reminded of the uirky outlandish fables in Aimee Bender's The Color Master so my first reaction was one of pure glee That feeling never wanedAlthough I was reminded of the thrill I get from reading Aimee Bender Tessa Mella


  • Aj Sterkel

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseI’m pretty sure this book has one of the greatest covers ever It’s so perfectly weird Whoever designed it is brilliant and needs to design books Lungs Full of Noise won the Iowa Short Fiction Award in 2013 I loved one of the other collections that won the Iowa Award so I decided to give this one a try Judging by the synopsis the stories sounded like my kind of bizarre Now that I’ve read the book I can confirm that it definitely is bizarreMany of these stori


  • Jason

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseNETGALLEY GIVE AWAYFirst what a freaking amazing coverI can't decide if I would associate these gems with Salvador Dalí or Degas They demonstrate a writer skilled in the style of surrealism but they capture the human sorrows in shades of obscure moments that take time to comprehend but eventually raise the most human of emotions; sadnessEach have elements of the ghastly the dark and the whimsical The stories are dreamlike in a dist


  • Brenda

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseRecently while researching magical realism for a workshop proposal I discovered a blog post by Rae Bryant at The TJ Eckleberg Review in which Bryant responded to the disdain for fabulist prose that is held by some participants in creative writing workshops “For staunch realism and prose traditionalists Bryant wrotemagic realism might as well be poetry” That statement struck me as funny as well as sad since I don’t perceive poetry to be a lesser art form However this blog post did lead me to reflect on the attractions that magical realism


  • Valentina

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseThis is another fabulous short story collection that was difficult to put down For anyone who loves the macabre like I do the book’s cover alone will make you pick it up and read the blurb Let me tell you this was one crazy ride I think my favorite story though was the very first one in which figure skaters nail their skates to their feet in an attempt at being something else no longer women but “Mariposa Girls” o


  • Daniel

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseThis review originally published in Looking For a Good Book Rated 475 of 5We know we shouldn't judge a book by a cover but you can look at the cover of a book to get a general idea


  • Melissa Stacy

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseI greatly enjoyed this collection of short stories from the obsessed figure skaters in Mariposa Girls to the alien roommate in Bibi from Jupiter to sad Mary Lou clinging to he


  • Amanda

    READ ð Lungs Full of Noise Lungs Full of NoiseLungs Full of Noise is a sharp collection of stories by award winning author Tessa Mellas The first two stories Mariposa Girls and Bibi from Jupiter include elements of disfigurement dangerous sex and death Many of the subseuent stories feature these same disturbing themes as well as elements of magical realism which are deftly handled Many of the stories are told from a childlike perspective which makes the violence disturbing A standout for its strangely approachable weirdness is uiet Camp Many other reviews have mentioned Mellas' skill with the grotesue; I found her realistic stories like Dye Job eually compelling if not so My favorite of the collection Blue Sky White left me wanting of that story